Prominent Rabbis are calling on the community to support the work of a not well known organization. the Save A Neshama Endowment, AKA S.A.N.E., run by Mrs. Miriam Yerushalmi, has been working behind the scenes to serve the community for over thirty years. It works closely with Sparks, Rabbi Dr. Twerski, and other prominent Rabbis and organizations.
“The benefits and results of what you give will be way beyond anything you can imagine” Rabbi Shlomo Majesky, Dean of Machon L’yahadus.
“Miriam Yerushalmi effectively heals souls. It’s imperative that we all get involved.” – Rabbi Chaim Miller, Rabbi, Author and lecturer.
Rebbetzin Miriam Yerushalmi has made it her life’s mission to help those in the most vulnerable of situations. Be it marital disharmony or a teen at risk, she has provided essential care and support free of charge to anyone struggling with emotional challenges and or crisis.
Among the many programs she runs is Save A Neshama Endowment, also known as S.A.N.E. — an entirely volunteer operated organization, which combines traditional and alternative therapies with chassidic philosophy and spiritual guidance to help overcome obstacles and lead a life that is healthy in mind, body and soul.
“My daughter was at the lowest point in her life. But Miriam was with us at every step of the way,” one mother shared. “She is real life ahavas yisroel. Because of her my daughter stayed in a Jewish school.”
Whether it is sponsoring critical psychotherapy, holistic healing, or assisting with basic necessities such as food, clothing, rent and yeshiva tuition, Mrs. Yerushalmi continues to be a lifeline of hope and chessed to all she meets.
“To say Miriam helped would be an understatement. She literally paid for our groceries, our rent, our children’s tuition, she even paid for summer camp. She did this for years, all while giving us emotional support” shared another client.
Mrs. Yerushalmi takes no salary for her time and dedication, focusing all funds toward bettering the lives of those in need.
But to go forward, Mrs. Yerushalmi asks for your support in helping our community. Today, she is raising $50,000 to provide critical funding for the S.A.N.E. program, ensuring that families can continue to heal.
Your support is vital. Find out how you can get involved at www.charidy.com/sane.